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updated 11/24/2014 WOLF SANCTUARIES Colorado Plateau and Beyond Colorado Wolf     Eagle Tail Mtn Wolf Sanctuary   Lake Tahoe Wolf Rescue     Mission: Wolf     Tundra Shepherd Rescue of Arizona   Wanagi Wolf Fund & Rescue    Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary     W.O.L.F.     WolfWood Refuge     Yellowstone Wolf Project Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center Several informative sections on website Divide, CO 80814 PO Box 713 (719)687-9742 http://wolfeducation.org/ Eagle Tail Mountain Wolf Sanctuary PO Box 509 Tonopah, Arizona 85354 (623)386-WOLF (9653) http://www.eagletailmountain.com/ Lake Tahoe Wolf Rescue Information on website has applicable useful information for wolf handling in various states http://www.laketahoewolfrescue.com/Sanctuaries,-Rescues-&-Wolf-laws-for-each-State.html Mission: Wolf Education vs. Extinction PO Box 1211 Westcliffe, CO 81252 Voice mail: (719) 859-2157  They prefer contact by email using form on website under “contact.” Article: http://www.examiner.com/article/wolf-sanctuary-their-hidden-piece-of-paradise http://www.missionwolf.com/ Tundra Shepherd Rescue of Arizona TSR Director: John F. Braden (602) 226-5641   alphawolfguy@msn.com Assistant Dir. & Volunteer Coord: Christine Barrett (602) 694-6812   WolfResQ@aol.com Note on Tundra Shepherd Rescue of Arizona Tundra Shepherd Rescue is a "no kill" wolf and wolf-dog rescue effort, which is a member of the Coalition of All Breed Rescues of Arizona, (CABRA) a 501(C)3 tax exempt, non-profit organization in Arizona. We utilize foster homes which are set up to handle large wolf type animals and contain them. All animals become members of the resident "pack", we do not use crates or cages to contain them. TSR receives animals from various sources in the area including the county Animal Care and Control and the Humane Societys, both of which DO NOT adopt out wolf-dogs or anything that MAY be a wolf mix. We provide a safe refuge for wolves and wolf-dogs from all over the country that need a second chance. TSR also receives animals from other rescue groups, from referrals and from people who know about us http://2001.homestead.com/tundrashepherd.html Wanagi Wolf Fund and Rescue P.O. Box 984 Tijeras, New Mexico, USA 87059 http://wanagi-wolf-fund.org/ Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary HC 61 Box 28 378 Candy Kitchen Road Ramah, NM 87321    (505)775-3304 Article: http://www.kcci.com/news/central-iowa/10-Iowa-wolves-moved-to-New-Mexico/-/9357080/16730944/-/hb3gpt/-/index.html http://www.wildspiritwolfsanctuary.org/ W.O.L.F. Post Office Box 1544 La Porte, CO 80535-1544 (970)416-9531 Rescue, Sanctuary, Education http://www.wolfsanctuary.net/ WolfWood Refuge PO Box 312 Ignacio CO 81137 970-946-9606 Note on earlier informative talk at Fort Lewis College through its Learning Series program: This was a very informative and heart warming introduction to wolves and this particular refuge’s approach by Paula Watson, director.  This is one of the largest and oldest wolf refuges in the country (something like 20 years in operation and currently caring for 65 wolves).  Works off donations only.  This previous program:  Fort Lewis College Learning Series program:  Paula Watson, director of WolfWood Refuge, “Refuge, Living and Working with Rescued Wolves.”  Thursday, February 27th, 2014, 7:00pm, Noble Hall Room 130, Center of Southwest Studies, Fort Lewis College, 1000 Rim Drive, Durango, Colorado 81301.   For more information visit swcetner.fortlewis.edu, contact (970)247-7456 article: http://www.lapahie.com/farmington_daily_times.cfm http://wolfwoodrefuge.org/Eagle Tail Mountain Wolf Sanctuary Yellowstone Wolf Project http://www.ypf.org/site/PageServer?pagename=WHAT_wildlife_wolf
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